Movement and Repetition:
Observe any movement or action around you and create an animation that represents that movement with simple objects in your 3D application. The duration of the animation is 5 to 10 second. Your 3D objects may or may not represent the actual object that you studied (i.e. it may read as "abstract" as long as it is still informative or related to the physical object/objects). Express your animation with captured sound, repetitional movements and audience's emotional needs, as discussed in the class. Choose an interesting movement or action - that is, something so elusive as to be rarely noticed, or even so shocking as to be irresistible. This experience, however, should be portrayed economically. Only use information that helps us to relate your animation with some distinctive movement.
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